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Using Architectural Plants in the Garden • Great info and Tips!

Using Architectural Plants in the Garden

I’m a big fan of good garden design, and architectural plants can go a long way towards curing any design flaws your garden is suffering…

Glowing entry - Small Yards - Sunset

23 Small Yard Design Solutions

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Front Yard Sidewalk Garden Ideas: Filling beds with low maintenance, easy-care plants, such as these ornamental grasses, including fountain grass (Pennisetum) and blue oat grass (Helictotrichon) Via BHG

Equisetum Horsetail Plants

Equisetum Horsetail Plants

Love my horsetail reeds. Idea for divider in front to hide view of neighbors junk - Equisetum Horsetail Plants. plant in containers to control spread in groups by front fence

Autumn Joy Sedum // I've never seen it in mass like this, might have to try, the bees would love it,

Sedum, Great use of plants to break up the edges of this deck. The combination of Sedum spectible and the grasses creates a real softness to the planting scheme. Pinned to Garden Design by Darin Bradbury.

Plant palettes...

24 Surprising Plant Combos

Making waves Phormium 'Amazing Red,' silver puya, blue fescue, and threadleaf nandina add geometric contrast to the fluid movement of Baumann's wave wall. 'Ebb Tide' rose and catmint soften the overall look.

This is the space to show our favorite Men's House decoration. We chose the best decoration tips and ideas so you can add to your man's cave as well. Enjoy! http://www.RoyalFashionist.com

cabbagerose: my gorgeous little prickly pear cacti! steve martino landscape architect via: judywerner

Drought tolerant gardens. Grace Design Associates Inc. San Roque

Colorful plant palette – drought tolerant plantings – low water – shadow play (tall one with red flowers is Kangaroo Paw--Anigozanthos flavidus) ¡\/\/\/\!

Thinking along the sidewalk...

Cool colours and beautiful textures with small leafed Westringia and Santolina(?) by Secret Gardens of Sydney. Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.

Desert landscaping

Love this landscaping and steps for the walk up to the house - Making a park out of a path This entry path feel more like a nature trail than a garden walk. Thyme grows between steps; boulders, cactus, and rosemary fringe the path's edges.

Plantas naranjas y rojas para dar un aire moderno a tu jardín.

Fall Color for Your Garden

cement pavers seen in Sunset Mag Nov 2009 Go For The Glow - For more innovative gardening tips, see book, Shamanic Gardening: Timeless Techniques for the Modern Sustainable Garden

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